42 NonFiction Books
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Urne Burial by Thomas Browne
Urn Burial, one of the most influential essays in Western literature, is now available as a New Directions Pearl. Hydriotaphia, or Urn Burial, is one of the pinnacles of Renaissance scholarship and without doubt one of the great essays in English literature.
Urban Faery Magick by Tara Sanchez
Develop Relationships with the Fae for a Lifelong Journey of Magick Meet dozens of faeries that have adapted to the modern world and can be found in the most unexpected places. Urban Faery Magick introduces you to these mystical beings, providing tips and techniques for interacting with them as you travel your own spiritual path.
Untapped Talent by Jeffrey D. Korzenik
Hiring people who have served time in prison is not only a good cause, it should be a crucial part of your hiring strategy if you want to stay competitive. It’s time for businesses everywhere to open their minds to second chance hiring practices.
Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith, Mark Reiter
Summary of Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter | Includes Analysis Preview: Triggers, written by executive coach Marshall Goldsmith, with Mark Reiter, his agent and writing partner, is a nonfiction self-help book designed for people who need motivation, understanding, and concrete, practical tools to effect lasting behavioral changes.
Thinking Faith after Christianity by Martin Koci
Examines theological motifs in the work of Jan Patočka, drawing out their implications for contemporary theology and philosophy of religion. This book examines the work of Czech philosopher Jan Patočka from the largely neglected perspective of religion.
The Structure of Detachment by Hiroshi Nara
Published in 1930, when Japan was struggling to define and assert its national and cultural identity, The Structure of Iki (Iki no kôzô) re-introduced the Japanese to a sophisticated tradition of urbane and spirited stylishness (iki) that was forged in the Edo period.
The Spiritual Works of Leo Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy
This carefully crafted ebook: “The Spiritual Works of Leo Tolstoy: A Confession, The Kingdom of God is Within You, What I Believe, Christianity and Patriotism, Reason and Religion, The Gospel in Brief and more” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
The Political Philosophy of Thomas Paine by Jack Fruchtman Jr
This concise, thoughtful introduction to the work of Thomas Paine, author of Common Sense and Rights of Man, explores the impact of one of the most influential minds of the American and French Revolutions and the sources from which his thinking evolved.
The Mushroom Cultivator by Paul Stamets
The book you are about to read is a milestone in the new awareness of mushrooms. The Mushroom Cultivator by Paul Stamets and J.S. Chilton is easily the best source of information on growing mushrooms at home. The authors demystify the art of mushroom cultivation and put mastery of it within everyone’s reach. If you have been searching for information on this topic, you will find it to be all that you have been looking for.
The Geometry of Hand-Sewing by Natalie Chanin
As makers, we tend to learn different stitches over time without thinking much about how they relate to one another. But when Natalie Chanin and her Alabama Chanin and The School of Making teams began to look at needlework closely, they realized all stitches are based on geometric grid systems—and by using grids as guides, they could make learning stitches, even seemingly elaborate ones, as easy as child’s play.
The Hero Code by Admiral William H. McRaven
From the acclaimed, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Make Your Bed—a short, inspirational book about the qualities of true, everyday heroes. THE HERO CODE is Admiral McRaven’s ringing tribute to the real, everyday heroes he’s met over the years, from battlefields to hospitals to college campuses, who are doing their part to save the world.
The Goddess Solution by Lisa Marie Rankin
In this practical spiritual guide, Lisa Marie Rankin shows how to apply ancient goddess wisdom to modern-day scenarios like dating, sex, careers, divorce, conflict and more. She’ll teach you how to reconnect with your goddess nature so you can do less yet receive more, live authentically and love passionately.
The Essence of Womanhood by Susie Heath
Women – have you forgotten who you are? Ever wish you had an instruction manual for yourself? Feel there is part of you missing? Spent years battling your way up the ladder in the corporate market or being chauffeur, decorator and general skivvy bringing up your children? Susie Heath’s The Essence of Womanhood – re-awakening the authentic feminine is the book you’ve been waiting for.
The Corporate Terminologist by Kara Warburton
The Corporate Terminologist is the first monograph that addresses the principles and methods for managing terminology in content production environments that are both demanding and multilingual, such as those found in global companies and institutions. It describes the needs of large corporations and how those needs demand a new, pragmatic approach to terminology management.
The Climate Diet by Paul Greenberg
A celebrated writer on food and sustainability offers fifty straightforward, impactful rules for climate-friendly living “Some strong and rational suggestions for reducing your personal impact here—and when you’re eating smart, you’ll have the energy to do the movement building we need to change systems too!
The Art of Coco by Disney Pixar, John Lasseter
Pixar is proud to introduce the must-have companion to the vibrant new feature film Coco. The creation of Coco’s mesmerizing world is explored in detail through colorful artwork, energetic character sketches, intriguing storyboards, and spellbinding colorscripts. Featuring insights from the production team about the making of the film and production art that bursts off the page, The Art of Coco overflows with insights into the creative process behind Pixar’s unique and engaging vision.
The Art of Caring Leadership by Heather R. Younger
If your people know you care about them, they will move mountains. Employee engagement and loyalty expert Heather Younger outlines nine ways to manifest the radical power of caring support in the workplace. Heather Younger argues that if you are looking for increased productivity, customer satisfaction, or employee engagement, you need to care for your employees first.
Spectacular Wedding Photography by Robert Evans
Celebrity photographer Robert Evans shares his secrets to securing spectacular wedding photography, from engagement to happily ever after. Award-winning photographer Robert Evans has photographed some of the biggest weddings of the past two decades and counts A-list celebrities and CEOs among his personal client list.
The Art of Business Wars by David Brown
Based on the chart-topping Business Wars podcast, stories and lessons from history’s greatest business rivalries. Using Chinese military genius Sun Tzu’s strategies as a guide, Brown examines why some companies triumph while others crumble. Business is a fight for survival. In business as in war, leaders match their wills in pursuit of opposing outcomes, they devise strategies, and marshal resources for victory.
Problems in Epistemology and Metaphysics by Steven B. Cowan
Problems in Epistemology and Metaphysics takes a pro and con approach to two central philosophical topics. Each chapter begins with a question: Can We Have Knowledge? How are Beliefs Justified? What is the mind? Contemporary philosophers with opposing viewpoints are then paired together to argue their position and raise problems with conflicting standpoints. Alongside an up-to-date introduction to a core philosophical stance, each contributor provides a critical response to their opponent and clear explanation of their view.
Saving Fear in Christian Spirituality by Ann W. Astell
Hailed in Sacred Scripture as the “beginning of wisdom” (Ps 111:10), the “fear of the Lord” is seldom mentioned and little understood today. A gift of the Spirit and a moral virtue or disposition, the “fear of the Lord” also frequently entails emotional experiences of differing kinds: compunction, dread, reverence, wonderment, and awe.
Robots, Artificial Intelligence by Stanislav Ivanov
Using a combination of theoretical discussion and real-world case studies, this book analyses the use of robotics, artificial intelligence and services automation (RAISA) within the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. Divided into two sections, the book first concentrates on the theoretical aspects surrounding the use of RAISA in travel, tourism and hospitality. Themes explored include: economic fundamentals customer attitudes chatbot adoption service quality Following on from this, the second section concentrates on current and future use of RAISA technologies in specific subsectors of the tourism economy: hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, museums, and events.
Resurrecting Retail by Doug Stephens
Few crises in modern history have so completely disrupted every aspect of daily life as has the Covid-19 pandemic. What began as a small medical ripple in Wuhan, China, a city many of us had never heard of, quickly erupted into a tsunami of epic proportions. Every market, industry, vertical, profession, service, and category of product was in some way rocked by its impact.
Reading the Bible Supernaturally by John Piper
Best-selling author John Piper teaches us how to read the Bible in light of its unique ability to reveal God’s glory in a way that informs our minds, transforms our hearts, and ignites our love.
Playing the Guitar by Hakim El Yamri
This complete book to bottleneck slide guitar playing with progressive lessons in open tunings and fingerstyle technique, tips on slide guitars and gear, technical exercises, and full songs. Learn the fundamentals of Acoustic slide guitar, for Blues and Beyond including 9 lessons and 15 complete songs
Peace from Anxiety by Hala Khouri
A holistic approach to easing anxiety without hiding from the world’s challenges. Overwhelming anxiety and stress—most of us experience these feelings at some point. The challenges in our lives threaten to overpower us at times and the struggles we see in the world further add to the burden. Peace from Anxiety helps us understand the deep roots of our suffering so that we can work toward finding more peace—even in chaos. Therapist and yoga teacher Hala Khouri takes us on a journey to investigate our personal habits, understand our lives, and transform what doesn’t serve us.
Music Theory for Guitarists Book 2 by Hakim El Yamri
Music Theory for Guitarists Book 2: Fundamentals of Harmony focuses on harmony, including triads, s eventh chords, inversions, and voice leading, using an approach developed. This book teaches the chords and inversions that you will encounter in jazz, blues, and popular music, and then gives you the tools you need to be able to create effective harmonic accompaniment from a lead s heet.
Moon New York State by Julie Schwietert Collazo
Moon Travel Guides: A New Way to Discover New York State! Writer and New Yorker Julie Schweitert Collazo shares her tips on exploring the Empire State. From the iconic metropolis of New York City to the rural beauty of the Finger Lakes, Moon New York State has activities for every traveler.
Maximize Your Metabolism by Noel Maclaren MD0
A revolutionary, sustainable and scientific approach to help you lose weight, regain energy, clear your mind, and prevent disease. Like our fingerprints, each of us has a unique metabolism. Your metabolism will change as you move through life, shaping your mental and physical capabilities. However, one in four of us will experience trouble with our metabolism.
Jackpot by Michael Mechanic
A senior editor at Mother Jones dives into the lives of the extremely rich, showing the fascinating, otherworldly realm they inhabit—and the insidious ways this realm harms us all. Have you ever fantasized about being ridiculously wealthy? Probably. Striking it rich is among the most resilient of American fantasies, surviving war and peace, expansions and recessions, economic meltdowns and global pandemics.
Intermittent Fasting Basics for Women by Lindsay Boyers
Simplify intermittent fasting to create lasting weight loss and health benefits with this practical, easy-to-follow guide to fasting for women. Intermittent fasting is taking the world by storm with its health and weight loss benefits. But questions about whether delaying when you eat is safe has made some question its efficiency. But when done correctly, intermittent fasting can be an excellent, easy tool for women to lose weight and boost their metabolism in no time.
How To Get Hot Girls Into Bed by Troy Francis
This book has been over three years in the making. Three years of grinding it out in the trenches, approaching, dating, banging—and writing. This book is basically a download directly from my brain to yours of all my very most effective game, pickup and relationship techniques.
Heart of Darkness by David Burke
From the nature of the material itself and the history of American folk music which foretold it, to the legacy and influence on later generations of musicians, an exploration of the classic 20th century album that sees its 30th anniversary in 2012 In January 1982, Bruce Springsteen recorded a set of demos in his New Jersey bedroom—a follow up to The River, the double album issued in 1980 which had reached the top of the Billboard charts. Expectations were grand, and these demo recordings promised an impressive album.
Greening Death by Suzanne Kelly
We once disposed of our dead in earth-friendly ways—no chemicals, biodegradable containers, dust to dust. But over the last 150 years death care has become a toxic, polluting, and alienating industry in the United States. Today, people are slowly waking up to the possibility of more sustainable and less disaffecting death care, reclaiming old practices in new ways, in a new age.
Complete Nyingma Tradition by Choying Tobden Dorje
Chöying Tobden Dorje’s magnum opus presented in English for the first time, in an authoritative translation prepared under the auspices of well-known and highly respected Tibetan teachers and translators.
Divine Ideas Tradition in Christian Mystical by Mark A McIntosh
By the time of early modernity, a widely deployed tenet of Christian thought had begun to vanish. The divine ideas tradition, the teaching that all beings have an eternal existence as aspects of God’s mind, had functioned across a wide range of central Christian doctrines, providing Christian thinkers and mystical teachers with a powerful theological capacity: to illuminate the Trinitarian ground of all creatures, and to renew the divine truth of all creatures through human contemplation.
Cerridwen by Kristoffer Hughes
An Authentic Guide to the Welsh Magical Bard Tradition The witch goddess Cerridwen is the focus of devotion and reverence amongst witches and Pagans around the world. This book traces Cerridwen’s roots through layers of history and myth, and it provides hands-on exercises and visionary rites to help you realize her immeasurable power in your own magical practice.
Avant Garde by Robin Maconie
Gertrude Stein and philosopher Alfred North Whitehead were unlikely friends who spent most of their mature lives in exile: Stein in France and Whitehead in the United States. Their friendship was based on a mutual admiration for the philosophical pragmatism of William James and skepticism toward the European tradition of intellectual abstraction extending as far back as Plato and Aristotle.
A Simplified Life by Emily Ley
Clear the Clutter Once and for All Do you long to simplify the demands on your time, energy, and resources? Have complicated responsibilities, overwhelming to-do lists, and endless clutter left you feeling overwhelmed? Busy wife, mom, entrepreneur, and bestselling author Emily Ley knows how you feel.
A Curriculum of Hope by Debra Kid
A full year Christian homeschooling curriculum that includes the student books and teacher guides for each subject: Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. Each subject includes 10 student workbooks with tests plus the teacher guides with answers, lesson plans and alternative tests.
A Cure for Darkness by Alex Riley
A fascinating look at the treatment of depression, blending journalism, science, history, and memoir, by an award-winning science writer. What is depression? Is it a persistent low mood or a complex range of symptoms? Is it a single diagnosis or a diversity of mental disorders requiring different treatments? In A Cure for Darkness, science writer Alex Riley explores these questions, digging into the long history of depression and chronicling the lives of psychiatrists and scientists who sought cures for their patients.
52 Ways to Wow Your Husband by Pam Farrel
With the same candor and creativity that made Men Are Life Waffles—Women Are Like Spaghetti (more than 270,000 copies sold) a bestseller, author Pam Farrel gives wives 52 ways to wow their husbands and add spark to their marriages.